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Best wishes to Julia Forde, Cahergowan, who celebrated “a very special birthday” on the 14th May last—hope you had a great day. Congrats to Breda and James Concannon, Summerfield on the birth of their baby daughter Rachel, born 11th of April, 2002. Hope you enjoy parenthood! Congratulations to the 59 children who were confirmed on… Read more »

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They say that ‘a week really is a long time in politics’—little could I have realised that within a week of making my last news summary for Nuacht Chláir that events at a national level relating to Robert Molloy could have overtaken us on a local level and resulted in my being nominated to contest… Read more »

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The AGM of Claregalway Leisure was held in the Centre on March 5th at 9pm. The following committee was elected, and is comprised of representatives of the various groups using the hall on a regular basis, as well as ordinary members: Carol Steven (chairman), Tony Clarke (vice-chairman), Siobhán Lynskey (secretary), Gerry Mooney, Hugh Farrell, Mary Forde… Read more »

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Welcome to baby Emer Lenihan, Lakeview, daughter for Andrea and Tom and sister to Stephen and Ciara, born on the 2nd February 2002. Welcome also to baby Emma Jane, to Sinead and Michael John Murphy, Gortatcleva, a sister for Clodagh. Congratulations to Brendan Grealish, Carnmore, on receiving his pilot’s licence. Wishing you many years of… Read more »

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Congratulations to Peter Flannagan of Lakeview Estate, on his recent graduation from Templemore Garda Training Centre. Birthday greetings to Samantha Murphy, Cregboy, on the 10th March. Birthday greetings also to Kate Carr, Cregboy, who will be 5 years old on March 15th. Congratulations to Stephanie Murphy, Cregboy and Jay Penn, Australia who got engaged recently…. Read more »

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Following a performance at Galway’s newest Youth Café, The Gaf, on Saturday February 23rd, local band Gurt has been offered a regular slot there. The band which comprises six members, ranging in age from 13–17 years, has been together for about 9 months. They get together every weekend to practice and at present have an hour… Read more »

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The work on the bridge is nearing completion. In 2001 the team concentrated on works to the ground surface and hard landscaping. The cut stone steps at the north end of the bridge were completed and look very well. Repairs were made to the triangular cut stone breakwaters on the east face of the bridge…. Read more »

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Claregalway National School held their Green Flag Open Day on Thursday, January 31st last and it was a huge success. Parents and the general community were invited along to see the amount of recycling carried out in the school. The hard work and sheer ingenuity of all involved drew many admiring gasps from spectators—not many… Read more »

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Roadworks As Galway County Council get their roadworks programme for 2002 underway, Councillor Noel Grealish has welcomed the proposed early starts in the Parish which include surface restorations at Crusheeny towards Loughgeorge, Gortagooey / Cloonbiggin, and Waterview while road reconstruction works gets underway at Liscananann and the N84 Loughgeorge valued at over Euro 350,000, these works… Read more »

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Congratulations to the following couples to whom the stork delivered babies:  Noreen and Des Devaney, Lakeview—baby girl Rachel, born October 2001. Julie and Malachy Noone, Crusheen—baby boy Oisín, born November 2001. Carol and Kieran Duggan, Cregboy—baby boy in December 2001—a brother for Ross. Martina and Frank Staunton, Cahergowan—baby girl Niamh, born 17th December 2001. Mary… Read more »

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Public Lighting Using discretionary County Council monies allocated to him, Councillor Noel Grealish has secured an additional order for public lighting for the areas of Montiagh—formerly allocated 1 new light , it will have three (3)—while two (2) public lighting orders have also issued for the Lakeview Road. Welcoming the new orders and allocations, Cllr…. Read more »

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A Charity Halloween Party was held on Saturday the 27th of October, 2001—half the monies raised will be forwarded to the Salvation Army for the American Victims Families and half will be forwarded to Goal for the Afghan refugees. To date we have collected £1,700 and donations are still coming in. We had a very… Read more »

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